Accessibility And Inclusion Information

The Deni Ute Muster is a community event and welcomes everybody. We are constantly working on ways to improve our Festival Site and the experience for all, including our guests with disabilities and limited mobility.

The Deni Ute Muster is held on rural land, the Festival Site is large, situated on 160 hectares. Paths of travel are either dirt or loose gravel, during peak periods the festival can be very crowded.

The accessible amenity blocks (mostly accessible port-a-loo’s) are basic. As much as we encourage respect for the accessible porta-loo’s, people are not always considerate. Porta-loo’s are basic by nature, so please bring extra supplies if required, like hand-wipes, water, antibacterial soap and a hand towel.

During the day, the weather conditions can be extremely hot, and on some evenings, quite cool. In the event of rain, the site can become very muddy. This can create some mobility issues for wheelchair users (both manual and power chair’s) and for guests using other mobility devices like walkers.

Accessibility For Day Visitors

We have a designated accessible parking area in the main Day Car Park down the main drive, near the bus stop for day visitors. This day parking area is automatically available for any vehicle bearing a standard Disability Parking Permit.

The accessible parking area will be displayed on the festival map.

Camping On-Site

The festival has 3 x designated accessible camping areas available for campers with disabilities.

All camping sites are unpowered.

Camp Area 1 next to the Ute Paddock with access to toilet and shower amenities. (No caravans or trailers, Utes only)
Access to Festival Arena via Gate 1.

Camp Area 2 next to the Peppin reserved campsites with access to toilet amenities only.
Access to Festival Arena via Gate 2.

Camp Area 3 (NEW) next to Rent A Tent with access to a change facility and accessible toilet amenity. This amenity will provide a toilet, basin and adult hydraulic change table in one unit and an accessible shower in another unit. Both units will be placed next to each other to provide ease of access for our accessibility guests.
Access to Festival Arena via Gate 2.

These camping sites are LIMITED and must be pre-booked using the following forms:

Click HERE to fill out and submit the Accessible Camping Form online

For additional information please call the Deni Ute Muster HQ on 03 5881 3388.

Please note you may not be able to gain access to the accessible camping facilities if you do not register prior to the event.

Companion Card

The festival provides a weekend ticket, free of charge to the Companion Card holder’s carer to ensure both can have a fantastic time at our event.

If camping please include details in the Accessible Camping Registration Form.

If not camping please CLICK HERE to fill out a companion card application form.

Only 1 (one) carer complimentary ticket per companion card.


Distances from the accessible camp areas to attractions and places of interest in the Festival Arena/Site will be provided closer to festival date.


Accessible bus and taxi details will be provided closer to the festival date.


A map showing accessible camping areas and services available in the Festival Arena will be provided closer to the festival date.